BBC Two Releases Latest Teaser for ‘The Fall’ Season 2 [WATCH VIDEO]
The latest teaser for the second season of the “The Fall,” which runs on BBC Two, has been released. The show has a mid-November premiere date set. Read on for more details.
The second season of “The Fall” will open ten days after the end of season one. In the final moments of the last season, the investigation to the murder of several women, which was headed by Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson), the Detective Superintendent, broke ground and found a link to Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan), the bereavement counsellor. But then he evaded the police when he was brought in for questioning.
Provoked by this new lead, Spector will be jeopardizing the investigation in the second season. Gibson, on the other hand, will be taking more risks, as she will come closer and closer to capturing him. It won’t be so easy, as the teaser hints in the video below, because Spector will be taunting her, growing even more dangerous. Her personal life will be disrupted, and her professional credibility will also be at risk.
Joining Anderson and Dornan for the second season of “The Fall” are Archie Panjabi, Bronagh Waugh, Emmett Scanlan, Karen Hassan, John Lynch and Simon Delaney. These actors have been part of the cast from the first season. New faces will grace the series on its return, which includes Claire Rafferty, Colin Morgan, Patrick Fitzsymons, Tim Loane, Bronagh Taggart and Jonjo O’Neill.
“The Fall” made history when it debuted in 2013, as it became the most viewed drama series for BBC Two in more than ten years. Created by Allan Cubitt, the series is produced by the Artist Studio for the network. Aside from Cubitt, the show is executive produced by Gillian Anderson, Patrick Irwin, Stephen Wright and Justin Thomas-Glover.
“The Fall” traces the story of a series of killing in Northern Ireland. The victims were all women, and the culrpit displayed a certain style and manner to killing them. When it took the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) nearly a month to find the perpetrator and still turned up with nothing, the PSNI sought the help of Stella Gibson from the Metropolitan Police to look into the matter.
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